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Rocklin Chronicles

1 YEAR AGOJune 24, 2010 — Shaurya Grover, a student at Rocklin Academy charter public school, participated in the May SACMATH, or Sacramento Mathematics Elementary School Con ...

Rocklin fifth-grader wins poster contest

Blake Steinbach, a fifth-grade student at Cobblestone Elementary in Rocklin, took home first-place in the annual American History Poster Contest. The poster was chosen by members ...

Rocklin Chronicles: March 17

5 YEARS AGO March 15, 2006: Rocklin area businesses hit by ‘booster crews’ – The March 9 arrest of four alleged “booster crew” members marked the second time in a month ...

Rocklin Chronicles: March 10

5 YEARS AGO March 8, 2006: Council to meet on Starstream. Meeting to offer insight on cable franchise agreement – The Rocklin City Council will host a public hearing during its ...

Rocklin Chronicles: Feb. 24

5 YEARS AGO Feb. 22, 2006: Wal-Mart speculation hits Rocklin. Development tied to I-80 interchange improvement – For many city residents, speculation about plans for a Wal-Mart ...

City put development before history

I wonder if our city council has ever put the protection of history before development. The current issue with the Big Gun Quarry is just another example of that question. It seems ...

Rocklin Chronicles: Feb. 3

5 YEARS AGO Feb. 1, 2006: Rocklin officials meet on Downtown Plan — Rocklin’s city council, redevelopment agency and planning commission were invited to a special joint meeti ...

Rocklin Chronicles

5 YEARS AGO Jan. 25, 2006: Students, staff weigh in on progress of brand-new Whitney High School — The first report cards ever sent from Whitney High School should have arrived ...

Rocklin Chronicles

15 YEARS AGO January 23, 1996: Rocklin Cemetery hit by vandals – It wasn’t the usual tranquil scene Friday morning, Jan. 19, when groundskeepers opened the gates of the Rockli ...

Rocklin Chronicles

5 YEARS AGO January 11 , 2006 Rocklin looking for funding. As its City Council and Mayor George Magnuson project plans for 2006, some of Rocklin’s long-term projects seem to ...